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mount olive high school 



mount olive, noRth CARolina 



IN APPRECIATION. 



A senior year in the life of a high school student is a time for dreams to materialize and 
become realities. After five months of planning, writing and assembling materials, another 
dream has been realized. This dream could not have become a reality had it not been for the 
splendid cooperation of a great many people. 

Our greatest debt is to Mrs. W. H. Potts to whom we owe the entire annual from an advisory 
standpoint. It was through her efforts and excellent leadership that we attained an annual four 
years ago. Since that time she has served as sponsor and advisor and in this capacity has done 
a most praise- worthy job. We deem it very mandatory that we express our deepest appreciation 
and praise for her work. 

Next, without the cooperation of our many business concerns, who through their adver- 
tising made possible the production of our annual, we would have found it difficult to have carried 
on our work. To them we wish to express our most grateful appreciation. 

To Mr. Batson and the entire faculty we also wish to express our appreciation for their 
understanding and cooperation. 

And to those students who gave of their time and talents we wish to say, thank you, too. 

THE 1955 MOHI STAFF 



admin istR At ion 





mR. J. A. BAtSOn 

PRincipaL 



November 17, 1954 

Members of the 1955 Senior Class 
Mount Olive High School 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 

Dear Seniors of 1955: 

My past four years with you and the members of the Mount 
Olive high school faculty have been indeed very happy ones. 
And, since administrative counsel is in order at this time, 
I would like to commit to your very serious consideration 
the words of Van Dyke, who said: 

"Four things a man must learn to do if he would make his 
record true: To think without confusion clearly; 

To love his fellowmen sincerely; 

To act from honest motives purely; 

To trust in God and Heaven securely. 

If you will memorize this immortal character-building-formula, 
which is one of my favorites, and apply it daily to your 
thoughts, words, and deeds, you'll be a success in life, 
regardless of your station or your line of endeavour. 



With warmest regards and best wishes, I am 



JAB:GP 




J. A. Batson, Principal 




SOPHIA H. POTTS 
English, History 




KATHLEEN DAIL 
French. English 



Faculty 



RUTH GARDNER 



English^ 7 Library 



ALYCE MARSHBURNE 
Commercial Courses 






RAY ROBERTS 
Science 



MABEL ROBERTSON 
Home Economics 




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LOUISE WATKINS 
Mathematics 



faculty 



DAVID F. McCLENNY 
Coach, Physical Education 






OTIS WOOD 
Agriculture 



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ELIZABETH LOFTIN 
Music 




JOHN THOMPSON 
Band 







ADVISOR 






Mrs. Sophie Potts 




EDITOR - IN - CHIEF 




BUSINESS MANAGER 


Billy Byrd 




Sylvia Martin 






the 1955 mohi staff 

SEATED, Left to Right: BUSINESS MANAGER, Sylvia Martin; EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, Billy Byrd; PHOTO- 
GRAPHY EDITOR, Madalene Weeks; CLUB EDITOR, Ann Wilson; CIRCULATION MANAGER, GayneUe 
Puckett; ART EDITOR, Susan Abbott; ASSOCIATE EDITOR, Danny Sue Outlaw. 




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PROOpR6A6eRS 

SEATED, Left to Right: Peggy Waters, Sally Wolfe. STANDING: Joyce Hollowell, Libby Jean Rose, 
Essie Rose Barwick, Sally Jane Powell, Mary Wolfe. 




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PRESIDENT DOROTHY HOLLOMAN 

VICE-PRESIDENT JACKIE PAUL CRUMPLER 

SECRETARY-TREASURER MADALENE WEEKS 





HILDA BROGDEN 
"Quiet but pleasant to know." Glee 
Club l;4-HClub 1;F.H.A. 1,2,3; 
Play Cast 3. 





BILLY BYRD 
"The secret of success is constancy 
of purpose. " Class President 2, 3; 
Captain of Band 1,2, 3,4; F.F. A. 1, 
2; Secretary 1; President 2; Mar- 
shall 1, 2, 3; Chief 3; 1st Place F. F. 
A. Speaking Contest 2; School and 
County Winner World Peace Con- 
test 3; 2nd Place State French Con- 
test 3; Boy's State Delegate 3; Asso- 
ciate Editor Annual 3; Editor of An- 
nual 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Science 
Club 3,4; Secretary 3; Beta Club 3, 
4; Vice-President 3; President 4; 
Wayne County Treasurer F. F. A. 2; 
Greenville Band Clinic 1, 2. 




ESSIE ROSE BARWICK 
"Eyes glad with smiles. " Play 
Cast 3; 4-H Club 1; Glee Club 1,2; 
F.H.A. Club 1,2; Basketball 1; 
Annual Staff 4; Bus Driver 4. 



JACKIE CRUMPLER 
"And more than wisdom; more than 
wealth; a happy heart that laughs 
at care. " Football 3, 4; Play Cast 
3, 4; F. F. A. 1; Science Club 4; 
Vice-PresidentClass 4; Superlative 
4. 



PATRICIA fflNES 
"Work is done and must be done, 
but while I work I'll have my fun. " 
Glee Club 1, 2; Future Teachers 
Club 3, 4; F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; Teen- Age 
Club 1, 2; 1st Place Winner Fashion 
Show 2. 



DOROTHY HOLLOMAN 
"Little she says, but much she 
does." Glee Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1, 
2,3; Future Teachers Club 3; Li- 
brary Club 3; Winner County Fash- 
ion Show 2; Class President 4; 4-H 
Club 1, 2. 








JOYCE HOLLOWELL 
"Her talk is like a stream which 
runs with rapid change from rocks 
to roses." 4-H Club 1,2; F.H.A. 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Play 
Cast 3,4; Future Teachers Club 3, 
4; 4-H Club Secretary 1, 2; Science 
Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Music Club 
1; Student Librarian 2,4; Library 
Club 2, 4. 





JACKIE JOHNSON 
"A good laughing face, a friendly 
heart. " F. H. A. 1, 3, 4; Student Li- 
brarian 3; Play Cast 3; Glee Club 1, 
2; Annual Staff 4. 



CECIL KORNEGAY 
"He's quiet, ambitious, and very 
sincere." Waiter Junior-Senior Ban- 
quet 2; Beta Club 3; Basketball 3; 
Science Club 4. 



CARSON LANE 
"Not bashful-I just give others a 
chance." F. F.A. 1,2, 3,4; Presi- 
dent F.F.A. 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 
4-H Club 1,2. 



SYLVIA MARTIN 
"Reliable in all she attempts." 
Vice-President 3; Basketball 1,2,3, 
4; Historian 4; Annual Staff 4; Glee 
Club 1,2; Beta Club 3, 4; Marshall 
1,2,3; F.H.A. 1,3; Athletic Asso- 
ciation 4; Teen- Age 1; Play Cast 4; 
ScienceClub 4; Officer 4; Beta Club 
Officer 4; Waitress Junior-Senior 2; 
Alternate Girls' State Delegate; 
Fashion Show Winner; Reporter For 
"Young People's" Column; Varsity 
Queen. 



SALLIE JANE POWELL 
"Why rush? Rome was not built in 
a day. " Glee Club 1, 2; F. H. A. 1, 
2; Student Librarian 1, 2; Band 2, 3; 
4-H Club 1, 2; Representative of 
County Fashion Show 1; 1st Place 
Winner 4-H Poultry 1; Annual Staff 
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GAYNELLE PUCKETT 
"She wears a smile that won't come 
off. " Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 
cheerleader 3; Play Cast 3,4; F. H. 
A. 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Girls' State 
3; Class Officer 2; Annual Staff 4. 



LIBBY JEAN ROSE 
"Full of fun and mischief too, like 
doing things she shouldn't do." 
Play Cast 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; 4- H 
Club 1, 2; Music 1, 2; Basketball 1; 
Waitress Junior-Senior 1; 4-H Song 
Leader 1. 



LLOYD WARREN 
"Work fascinates him, he can sit 
and look at it for hours. " Football 
2, 3, 4; Band 1,2; Play Cast 3, 4; 
Waiter Junior-Senior 2; Superlative 
4. 



PEGGY WATERS 
"It's all Greek to me. " Music 1, 2; 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1, 2; Sci- 
ence Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Basket- 
ball 1; Glee Club 1; Play Cast 4; 
Majorette 1,2,3,4. 



MADALENE WEEKS 
"We are charmed by nearness of 
person. " Treasurer 3; Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Glee Club 1, 2; F. H. A. 
1,2; Annual Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Officer 1, 2, 3, 4; The Future Teach- 
er Club 3,4; Officer 4; Student Li- 
brarian 1,2; Basketball cheerleader 
2; Senior Superlative 4; Teen-Age 
Club 1,2. 



JIMMIE WILLIAMSON 
"I believe in work, but I'm not in 
favor of it." F. F. A. 2,3; Band 1, 
2,3,4; Play Cast 4; Treasurer F.F. 
A. 4; 4-H Club 1.2. 










ANN WILSON 
"It's nice to be natural when you're 
naturally nice. " Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Band 1,2, 4; Officer 2; F. H. A. 1,2, 
3, 4; Officer 3, 4; Athletic Associ- 
ation 4; Class Secretary 3; Superla- 
tive 4; Waitress Junior-Senior 2; An- 
nual Staff 4; Science Club 4; Offi- 
cer 4; Student Librarian 1. 




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MARY WOLFE 
"Full of laughter, full of fun, full 
of life, a happy one. " Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; Officer 4; Beta Club 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 
3, 4; Vice-President 3; F. H. A. Club 
1,2,3,4; Officer 2,3,4; 1st Place 
F. H. A. Fashion Show; 2nd Place 
State Forestry Contest Essay; Eastern 
Carolina Band Clinic 3,4; Girls* 
State 3; Superlative 4; Waitress Jun- 
ior- Senior Banquet 2; Annual Staff 
4; Science Club 4; Officer 4; Play 
Cast 4. 




SALLY WOLFE 
"Precious things come in small 
quantities. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Secretary 1,2; Treasurer 1; F. H.A. 
1, 2; Historian 1; Waitress Junior- 
Senior 2; Marshall 3; Beta Club 3, 
4; Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; Science 
Club 4; Librarian 4; F. H. A. Fashion 
Show Winner 1; Class Prophet 4; Su- 
perlative 4; Annual Staff 4; County 
Fashion Show Representative 1. 




PATRICIA CRUMPLER 



MASCOTS 



TOMMY TURNER 



cUss pRophecy 



Who was it that said there was no ambition among the Mt. Olive graduates of the year 1955? Oh 
you, no doubt. Lend an ear to the world-famed achievements of this class. 

To this class America owes some of its most visionary and far reaching inventions. Science is 
indeed indebted to Billy Byrd, now James William, for his discovery of how to make pictures of elec- 
trons. These pictures are very soothing, used as a remedy for headaches, caused by him. But perhaps 
the one invention which is to mean the most to future generations is that of Madelene Weeks. It is a 
self- rolling super -size baby carriage. It will hold two pairs of twins comfortable. It is said that she 
was first inspired by her own dear brood of youngsters quadruplets! 

From the ranks of the class of*55 the world of letters has received two of its most prominent mem- 
bers. We need only to mention the titles of the following books whose names are on every tongue: 

"Directory of N.C. Young Men from Mebane to the Coast"- a unique book which no North Caro- 
lina girl is without - by Sylvia Martin. 

"The Confessions of An Escaped Criminal" - the famous book of Lloyd Warren who has just author- 
ized the publication of the third edition. It is accompanied by a preface by Mrs. Potts. 

Sallie Jane Powell is still successfully managing her notorious "Hernando's Hideaway at Albert's. 
Many continued to be drawn to her aid by the attractions offered them of fabulous salaries, the famous 
cocoa-cola, and an unlimited supply of "Camels". The staff at present includes Joyce Hollowell as House 
Keeper. Peggy Waters, as one can clearly see, is President Dancing Instructor. 

Various indeed are the activities to which members of this class have given a hand. Mary Wolfe 
is on television with her own show "Here's My Line." Ann Wilson is a professional baseball player. She 
took the laurels from Mickey Mantle very shortly after graduation. 

One of the most outstanding members of the class is Jackie Johnson, the listing of whose achieve- 
ments Jias made it necessary to publish a special De Luxe edition of "Who's Who." In piano, she now 
holds the place formerly occupied by Liberace. In singing she has top billing at the Metropolitan Opera. 

Jackie Paul Crumpler finally decided to become a preacher, Carson Lane a mortician, and Jimmie 
Williamson, a doctor. The great three collaborated and now have a thriving and prosperous business, 
each working for the advantage of the other. 

Patricia Hines is our world traveler. It was on one of her trips to Arkansas she discovered a 
new state, now named in honor of our class. 

Dorothy Holloman was disappointed in love. She now conducts a boys' camp in the Blue Ridge 
Mountains. 

Essie Rose Barwick has had marked success in a novel experience of marriage and finds it satis- 
factory for life. 

Libby Jean Rose and Hilda Brogden own a mammoth hose factory. They have made so much money 
mat they are able to give their salesman Cecil Kornegay whole pairs of hose as samples. He sells these 
as a by-line, Ms slogan "Let Kornegay beautify the day." 

Because Gaynelle Puckett's experiences in love, she now edits a column under the heading of "Gay- 
nelle Puckett's Love Advice to the Forlorn." 

I have presented the statistics. I now leave it to the unbiased judgement of our readers to pro- 
nounce the sentence. Written in the year, one thousand, nine hundred and fifty-five. 

Your unworthy scribe, 
Sally Parks Wolfe 



Ust will An6 testament 



ARTICLE 1 

We leave to the faculty of Mount Olive High School our sincere appreciaton for their cooperation 
during our four years in high school. 



ARTICLE 11 

To the Freshmen, we leave our understanding and sympathy. Enough said! 

ARTICLE 111 
To the Sophomores, we leave our ability for getting things done. You'll need it! 

ARTICLE IV 

To you, Juniors, we advise: 

Stop procrastinating, work for a change and don't give up your anticipation of graduation. It comes 
to all those who wait long enough! 

ARTICLE V 

1. MARY WOLFE leaves her well-earned conceit 
To Betty Ann Outlaw, who in that can't be beat. 

2. SYLVIA MARTIN leaves her way with boys 
To Joyce Daughtry for her future joys. 

3. BILLY BYRD leaves his talked-about brains 

To Harry Cooke, who, poor soul, needs some gains. 

4. ANN WILSON, our athletic star 

Wills her ability to carry someone far. 

5. PEGGY WATERS leaves her love for school. 
For Tennys Warren, saying, "Follow my rule." 

6. SALLY WOLFE leaves her good deeds 
To all Juniors, they seem to be in need. 

7. JACKIE PAUL CRUMPLER leaves his pleasant smile 

To Betty Lou Cooke, who already thinks it's well worth-while. 

8. LLOYD WARREN leaves his handsome physique 
To Shelton Best to go with his big feet. 

9. ESSIE ROSE BARWICK, our senior bus driver 
Leaves her bus to a new arriver. 

10. HILDA BROGDEN leaves her blond hair 

To Mary Helen Burgess to handle with care. 

11. PATRICIA HINES leaves her manners and pride 
To Carole Brock to use and not hide. 

12. DOROTHY HOLLOMAN wills her lovely complexion 
To Karen Sue Best, who is headed in that direction. 

13. JOYCE HOLLOWELL leaves her love for typing 
To Tommy Avent to keep him from griping. 

14. JACKIE JOHNSON wills her clear voice 
To Molly Dotson, a distinguished choice. 

15. CECIL KORNEGAY, who has love for books 
Leaves this trait to all the Junior crooks. 

16. CARSON LANE leaves his love for baseball 
To Coach McClenny whose "all in all." 

17. SALLIE JANE POWELL, who is found so helpful, 
Leaves this ability to all who are doubtful. 



18. LEBBY JEAN ROSE, who is such a sweet gal. 
Wills this trait to all her left behind pals. 

19. MADALENE WEEKS leaves her curly mop, 

To Shirley Lewis in hopes it will help her a lot. 

20. JMMIE WILLIAMSON leaves his talent for Senior English 
To Louie Hester whose following him so distinguished. 



Testatrix: Gaynelle Puckett 
Witnesses: Sylvia Martin 
Billy Byrd 



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It all began four years ago, the fall of 1951. Seventy-seven bright shiny freshmen walked down the 
halls, our eyes filled with amazement, awe and anticipation. It was not too long, however, before we 
learned the new routine. Of course, in our new roles we couldn't associate too much with those "child- 
ren" beneath us. 

To begin our school career, we elected the officers who were to guide us. They were Eddie Hester, 
President; C. S. Shelton, Vice-President; Jimmy Harrell, Secretary; and Sally Wolfe, Treasurer. They 
did a good job. 

Our second fall, September 1952, we knew our way around, and enjoyed watching the new freshmen 
struggle. Along the way we had lost a few members and were now only forty-six in number. Twelve of 
our girls and boys were waitresses and waiters at the Junior -Senior Banquet, and that really made us 
long for our Senior days. The road seemed long and hard. 

Our officers this year were Billy Byrd, President; C. S. Shelton, Vice-President; Sally Wolfe and 
Gaynelle Puckett, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Our third fall and we were now "Jolly Juniors". Our class had decreased to thirty-two members, 
and from these we elected our officers; Billy Byrd, President; Sylvia Martin, Vice-President; Ann 
Wilson, Secretary; Madelene Weeks, Treasurer. 

At once we began to think about money. We had to give a Junior -Senior Banquet, so we decided to 
make money with a supper. This was very successful, as was the Halloween Carnival. We felt quite 
rich and important at this time. 

Before beginning work on the banquet we gave a Junior Play. The theme of our Junior -Senior was 
Robinhood. Though it took a great deal of work, each minute was full of fun and memories. 

Our fourth and last fall. Yes, at last, September, 1954 has come. We have twenty seniors, and I 
am proud to be one of them. 

Our class officers are; Dorothy Holloman, President; Jackie Crumpler, Vice-President; Madelene 
Weeks, Secretary and Treasurer. 

This year was filled with gay events. There was our Senior-Play, Washington trip, and Junior- 
Senior Banquet (this year we were the guests). Our annual was quite a job, but we enjoyed working 
with it. 

May 1955. At last the time has come. GRADUATION! With what I hope is dignity, I have put on 
my cap and gown for that long awaited night. 

Now sadly, we say good-bye to the students, teachers, and friends who have made this the grandest 
four years of our life. 

SYLVIA MARTIN- -HISTORIAN 




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JESSIE MADGE BRITT 
MARY HELEN BURGESS 
ANNETTE CASEY 



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EDDIE HESTER 
BOYCE HONEYCUTT 



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MARIE JACKSON 
CHARLES JOHNSON 
DURWOOD KENNEDY 



SHIRLEY LEWIS 
JEWELL MATHEWS 
JOSEPH ODOM 




REBECCA OLIVER 
BETTY ANN OUTLAW 
DANNY SUE OUTLAW 



SHERWOOD PEARSALL 
C. B. PRICE 
LOREE RIVENBARK 




juniors 




JOYCE ANN SMITH 
TENNYS WARREN 
JOHN WEATHERLY 



LAURENCE WILSON 
SHELBY JEAN WOLFE 



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PRESIDENT CHARLES "TINKER" BELL 

VICE-PRESIDENT TOMMY CLIFTON 

SECRETARY VIRGINIA MARTIN 

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Susan Abbott 
Iris Best 



Earlene Barwick 
Minnie M. Britt 



Mary Ann Barwick 
Starkey Cherry 



Charlie Bell 
Tommy Clifton 



Jackie Coker 



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Ann Denning 



Milton Gillis 



Betty Grice 








JAMES HALL 
CHARLOTTE HODGES 



LAWRENCE HASSELL 
AVIS HOLLOMAN 



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NELL HOLLOWELL 



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JOYCE JACKSON 



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JIMMY JERNIGAN 



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RODNEY LEE 



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PRESIDENT BILL BURNETTE 

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BOBBY ANDERSON 
NELSON ANDERSON 
JAMES BARWICK 



KAREN SUE BEST 
OLA BEST 
CAROLYN BLAND 



DONALD BORDEAUX 

ANNE BRACEY 

JOHNNY FAYE BROADHURST 



CAROL BROCK 
KATHERINE BROWN 
BILL BURNETTE 



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BETTY LOU COOKE 
CECILLE CROW 



RUBERT DAIL 
DOROTHY DEAVER 
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PATTY FLOWERS 
CAROL JEAN GARDENER 
JOYCE GARNER 



JOYCE GOODSON 
KERMIT GOODSON 
JEWELL GRIFFIN 



HOPE HARRISON 
FA YE HATCH 
KAY HERRING 



CAROL ANN HOWELL 
RONALD JERNIGAN 
AUDREY JONES 



LIN WOOD KENNEDY 
MAXINE KORNEGAY 
SWINDELL KORNEGAY 



CHARLES LOFTIN 
JIMMIE LOFTIN 
SYBIL MALPASS 



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ANNIE LAURA MARTIN 
BERT MAY 
BILLY MERRITT 



RUFFIE NEWCOME 
NORMAN OUTLAW 
BILLY PATTERSON 



EMMA LOUISE POWELL 
BETTY PRICE 
BERNICE RIVENBARK 



BILLY RIVENBARK 
GLENDA RIVENBARK 
EARL ROSE 



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JEAN SAWYER 
JOAN SHAW 



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ELIZABETH WILSON 
JENNETTE SUMMERLIN 




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Billy Byrd 


Nell Hollowell 




Kay Sutton 


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Sally Wolfe 


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MOUNT OLIVE 




FLUTES 


CYMBALS 




Seated: 


Standing: 




Ann Sutton 


Ronald Lindsay 




Madalene Weeks 


DRUMS Standing: 




SAXOPHONE 


Lawrence Hassell 




Standing: 


Ann Wilson 




JoAnn Hollowell 


Virginia Martin 






SCHOOL BAND 










CORNETS 


CORNETS 


TROMBONES 




BARITONE 


Seated: 


Standing: 


Standing: 




Standing: 


Stuart Patten 


Margaret Powell 


Ray Taylor 




Reid Eason 


Shelton Best 


Johnny Williams 


Wade Weeks 




Bobby Swinson 


Jim ray Brock 




Bruce Emerson 






Benny Smith 


FRENCH HORN 








Don Lee 


Seated: 
Josephine Hatch 


BASS DRUM 
Standing: 








Mary Hontz 


Jimmie Williamson 






MAJORETTES 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Joyce Daughtry, Head Majorette; Emma Kay Himes, Peggy Waters, Jewell Matthews, 
Norma Carol Summerlin. Donald Lindsay, Drum Major was not present for the picture. 




FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 

SEATED, Left to Right: Carolyn Bland, Shirley Lewis, CHIEF; Pattie Flowers, Anne Bracey, Betty Lou 
Cooke, Annie Laurie Martin, Anne Corinne Wilson, Shelby Jean Wolfe. 



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SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 

LEFT TO RIGHT: Cordell Grimes, Graham Cooke, Ormand Whitted, Shelton Best, 
Essie Rose Barwick, Morris Barwick. Linwood Parker. 




BETA CLUB 

SEATED, Left to Right: Mary Wolfe, Sally Wolfe, Shirley Lewis, Danny Sue Outlaw, Rebecca Oliver, 
Sylvia Martin. STANDING: Graham Cooke, David Gillis, Sponsor- Miss Marshburn, Billy By rd, Laurence 
Wilson. 



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futuRe fARtneRs of ameRica 



OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Carson Lane 

VICE-PRESIDENT Morris Herring 

SECRETARY Billy Best 

TREASURER Jimmy Williamson 

REPORTER Joseph Odom 

SENTRY Sherwood Pearshall 

ADVISOR w. O. Wood 



MEMBERS 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Buron EzelL Harry Lee Cashwell, Sebron Sasser. Miffred Martin. Billy 
Merrit, Earl Rose, Bobby Anderson, Lywood Kennedy, Edger Lee Walker, Billy Best, Lester Jerrigan. 
SECOND ROW: Charles Loftin, Joseph Odom, Rex Whitfield, William Lane, Cordell Grimes, Ross Jones, 
Jimmy Norris, Hubert Norton, James Barwick, Jimmy Loftin, James Hall, Willie Drawhorn. THIRD ROW: 
Tommy Odom, Ruffie Newcome, Crouse Odom, Jimmy Jerrigan, Jimmy Williamson, Ormand Whitted, 
Shelton Best, James Combs, Carson Lane, Carrol Cooke, Kenneth Whitfield, Ray Pate, Swindell Kornegay, 
B. J. Jennette, Kenneth Davis, Morris Herring, Lynwood Parker, Sherwood Pearshall, Franklin Darden, 
Denway Lane, Advisor W. O. Wood. 




futuRe homemakeRs 



of ameRicA 



OFFICERS 



PRESIDENT Mary Wolfe 

VICE-PRESIDENT Shirley Lewis 

SECRETARY Ann Ricks 

TREASURER Betty Lou Kennedy 

REPORTER Danny S. Outlaw 

PIANIST Kay Herring 

PARLIAMENTARIAN Ann Wilson 

SONGLEADER Molly Dodson. Ann Bracey 

MEMBERS 

FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Jessie Madge Britt, Betty Ann Outlaw, Nell Hollowell, Tennys Warren, Betty 
Lou Kennedy, Shirley Lewis, Carolyn Southerland, Iris Best, Marlene Overman, Joyce Garner, Carole 
Brock, Ellence Jones, Jacquelene Jones, Betty Lou Jackson, Evelyn Sutton, Betty Price, Emma Powell, 
Carole Jean Gardner. SECOND ROW: Elizibeth Suppes, Christine Coker, Anne Denning, Virginia Martin, 
Jomny Faye Broadhurst, Danny Sue Outlaw, Betty Lou Cook, Sue Williams, Anne Bracey, Peggy Wells, 
Evelyn Thigpen, Joan Shaw, Audrey Jones, Avice Hollowman, Ola Peel Best, Betty Lou Grice. THIRD ROW: 
Betty Millard, Maxine Kornegay, Jeonette Summerlin, Kay Herring, Nancy Wilson, Joyce Jackson, Doris 
Thompson, Dorothy Deaver, Patty Flowers, Carolyn Blond, Jean Sawyer, Janet Stanley, Jewel Griffin, 
Sylvia Wiggins. FOURTH ROW: Patracia Johnson, Minnie Britt, Miss Robertson, Margaret Jernigan, 
Welmer Thornton, Joyce Hollowell, Jackie Johnson, Mary Anne Baldwin, Anne Corrine Wilson, Eleanor 
McCullen, Susan Abbott, Charlotte Hodges, Starkey Cherry, Joyce Goodson, Carol Howell, Annie Laurie 
Martin, Mary Helen Burgess, Joyce Daughtey, Anne Ricks, Emma Kay Hines, Rebecca Oliver, Joyce Smith, 
Sybil Malpass, Faye Hatch, Hope Harrison, Molly Dotson, Anne Wilson, Mary Wolfe. 




MUSIC PUPILS 

FIRST ROW: Left to Right; Betty Lou Kennedy, Iris Best, Sue William, Betty Lou Cooke, Hope 
Harrison, Shirley Lewis, Tenneys Warren, SECOND ROW: Rebecca Oliver, Anne Ricks, Karen 
Sue Best, Marie Jackson, Molly Dotson. THIRD ROW: Patricia Hines, Joyce Garner, Anne 
Corenne Wilson. Evelyn Sutton, Danny Sue Outlaw, Mrs. Loffin, Joyce Daughtry, Starkey Cherry, 
Annie Laury Marten, Evelyn Thigpen. 




Ann Wilson 



ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 
Sylvia Martin 



Sue Williams 




STUDENT LIBRARIANS 

SEATED, Left to Right: Jacquelin Jones. STANDING: Joyce Smith, Joyce Hollowell, Jackie Coker, 
Ann Denning, Audrey Jones, Ola Best, Miss Gardner, School Librarian; Betty Lou Jackson, Susan Abbott. 




LUNCHROOM STAFF 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. John Manley, Manager; Eleanor McCullen, Leanna Faison, Miss Mattie Sasser. 




SCIENCE CLUB 

SEATED, Left to Right: Tommy Avent, Sylvia Martin, Ann Wilson, Mary Wolfe, Peggy Waters, Libby 
Jean Rose, Mr. Roberts, Sponsor. STANDING: Jackie Crumpler, David Gillis, John Weatherly, Laurence 
Hassell, Joyce Hatch, Johnny Thigpen, Milton Gillis, Joyce Hollowell, Billy Byrd, Shelton Best, Sally 
Wolfe. 












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FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB 



SEATED, Left to Right: Mary Helen Burgess, Betty Lou Kennedy, Shirley Lewis, Mary Wolfe, Madalene 
Weeks, Susan Abbott. STANDING: Patricia Hines, Joyce Daughtry, Joyce Smith, Karen Sue Best, Miss 
Gardner, Club Sponsor; Joyce Garner. Jackie Coker. Jovce HollowelL 



SpORtS 





VARsity queen 
sylvia maptin 




EARNEST BRACEY 



TOMMY CLIFTON 






PRENTICE BROCK 



COACH D. F. McC LENNY 
Mr. "Shoeball" 



HARRY COOKE 





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JACKIE CRUMPLER 
"Smilo" 




DAVIS GUMS 




KENNETH DAVIS 



KERMIT GOODSON 



"George" 
MILTON GILLIS 






LLOYD WARREN 




ROYCE JONES 
"Skeeter" 



BERT MAY 



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BOYCE HONEYCUTT 



ROBERT TILLMAN 










RAY PATE 



JOE HINSON 




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JIMMY NORRIS 



REX WHITFIELD 



JIMMY LOFTIN 






John Weatherly 



Billy Patterson 



Rodney Lee 



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Linwood Parker 





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DAVE WILSON 



JIMMY OVERTON 




MANAGERS: Samuel Ernest Taylor and Billy Daughtry. 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Boyce Honeycutt, "Tinker" Bell, Bert May, Jordan Best, Eddie 

"Louie" Hester. 

SECOND ROW: Jimmy Loftin, Cletus Swinson, Harry Cooke, Bill Tillman, Ray Taylor. 

THIRD ROW: Ruffie Newcomb, Bill Burnette, Donald Bordeaux, MANAGER, "T" Cherry, 

COACH, McClenny. 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Joyce Hatch, Mary Helen Burgess, Ann Wilson, Gaynelle 

Puckett, Sylvia Martin, Ethel Boone, Cecilia Crowe. 

SECOND ROW: Charlotte Hodges, Carole Brock, Sue Williams, Ann Bracey, Betty 

Lou Cooke, Molly Dotson, Elizabeth Wilson. 

THIRD ROW: Mary Wolfe, Nancy Wilson, Faye Broadhurst, Minnie Mae Britt, Karen 

Sue Best, Faye Hatch, Josephine Hatch, Tennys Warren. COACH: McClenny, Manager. 

ABSENT: Sally Wolfe. 



SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE SQUAD 



Ann Wilson 
Gaynelle Puckett 



Sylvia Martin 
Mary Wolfe 



Sally Wolfe 



advertising 




WAYNE ENGINEERING 

and 

CONSTRUCTION CO. 





We Move The Earth. 



EAT 




Made -Rite Bread & Rolls 

Compliments 
of 

MADE-RITE BAKERY 

Goldsboro, N. C. 



PATTERSON 

BROTHERS 

FURNITURE CO. 

"Furniture for Better Living" 




Dial 2322 
Mount Olive, N. C, 




BARNES- 

HARRELL- 

RAWLINGS 
COMPANY 



Goldsboro, N. C. 



Compliments 



of 



A. C. HATCH 



Compliments 
of 

E. A. SOUTHERLAND 

Tax Accountant 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



CLINIC DRUG CO. 
"A Good Drug Store" 



Phone 2239 



PURS 
>OPUGS 



PffOMPl 

SERVICt 



Mount Olive,- N. C. 



7ire$tone 

AUTO SUPPLY & SERVICE STORES 



LOWE'S FIRESTONE STORE 



Mount Olive, N. C. 



Compliments 
of 

MT. OLIVE AUTO PARTS CO. 



Phone 2359 East Main Street 

Mount Olive, N. C. 




D E? ftlCT m ENT^Td'R E" 



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ELLIS MOTOR SALES. INC. 



SMS 



Sales 



Service 



PONTIAC 
6&8* 



Dial 2005 



Mount Olive, N. C. 



THE FOOD STORE 

Park - Shop - Save 

Corner of Breazeale Avenue 
and 
Station Street 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



JESSIE'S FLOWER SHOP 




Mrs. A. N. Martin, Jr. , owner 
Phone 2209 



B. E. WILSON 
Service Station 

Amoco Gasoline & Oils 

Tires : Tubes : Batteries 

Washing & Greasing 



Compliments 
of 

CAROLINA POWER & LIGHT 
COMPANY 



Mount Olive, N. C. 




MOUNT OLIVE 



PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION 



Providing a Means of Coordinating the Interest, 
Energies, and Leadership of a Community inan 
Inclusive Program for Child and Civic Welfare. 



MOUNT OLIVE BUILDING 

and LOAN ASSOCIATION 



HOME 



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In Every Town There Is 
"One Best Place To Trade" 
In Mount Olive 
It's 




C ongratulations 
Seniors 



CLIFTON TIRE SERVICE 



KRAFT'S STUDIO 



OF 



PHOTOGRAPHY 



Compliments 
of 




liAOi MASK 



PEPSI COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 



Goldsboro, North Carolina 



Shoes 



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Goldsboro 



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Hats 



Shop With Conficence 

At 

LEDER BROTHERS 

And 

Wear With Pride 

Goldsboro, N. C. 



GLENN & MARTIN DRUG CO, 
Prescriptions -Cosmetics 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



Compliments 
of 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 



Penney's 



*iwa« <w i y a i try; i 



Goldsboro, N. C. 



Compliments 
of 

J. Bernice Williams 
Representative 

DURHAM LIFE INSURANCE CO. 
Dial 2308 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



REAVES' RESTAURANT 




Compliments 
of 

NEIL JOSEPH'S SHOP 
One of Goldsboro' s Finest Shops 



J. B. FLOWERS & SON 

Groceries 

of 
All Kinds 




Mount Olive, N. C. 



MOUNT OLIVE 
MANUFACTURING CO. , INC. 

The Best of Luck 

To 

The 1955 Senior Class 



THIGPEN - FICKEN 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Complete Insurance Protection 

Phone 2088 North Center Street 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



GRIFFIN'S 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1955 



KADIS. INC. 



105 East Main Street 



Mt. Olive, N. C. 



SKIPPERS GROCERY 

Fresh Meats - Produce 
Fancy Groceries 

Mt. Olive, N, C. 



COBB'S ELECTRICAL 
APPLIANCES 

RCA Victor 

Hot Point Appliances 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 



MUSIC & SPORTS 
"It Pays To Play" 




202-04 E. Walnut Street 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



TOWN AND COUNTRY 
GAS SERVICE 

Bulk And Bottled Gas 
Goldsboro - Kinston - Tarboro 



BEN ELLIS 

The Right Clothes 
For High School Youth 



Compliments 
B. J. DAUGHTRY 
Watches And Diamonds 




SMITH BROTHERS 

Grain Dealers 
And 
General Merchandise 

Dudley, N. C. 



LUBY BELL MOTOR CO. 




Sales 
And 
Service 



Mount Olive, North Carolina 



ISAACS' 
Furniture 

112 East Mulburry Street 
Goldsboro, N. C. 



SKIPPERS GROCERY 
Fresh Meats - Produce 
Fancy Groceries 



A. L. BROCK COMPANY 

Manufacturers 

o f 

Quality 

Printed Products Since 1926 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 


PEGGY ANN SHOP 
"The Shop of Distinction" 

Ladies' and Misses' Apparel 
at popular prices 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 


HOME FURNITURE COMPANY 
"We Service What We Sell" 

Phone 2464 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 


PETE'S CUT-RATE 
MARKET 

Quality Meat & Groceries 
Fresh Produce 


Compliments 

of 

CLEAR- VUE DRIVE-IN 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 


Congratulations 

Seniors of 1955 

A FRIEND 


CLYDE REAVES 

Dealer 

in 

V. C. Fertilizer 

and 

Highest Quality Seeds 

Phone 2548 Mt. Olive, N. C. 


FREDDIE'S DRIVE-IN 

Short Orders &A*ZpL * Jy 
Sandwiches C r 3^**^ A>? j 

"A Clean Place for Clean People" 



L. A. BIRD, JR. 



Coal And Building Material 
Phone 2257 



SUTTON ELECTRIC CO. 
Electrical Contractors 

Norge Appliance Dealers 
Vita - Var Paints & Varnishes 



Compliments 
BIRD OIL COMPANY 

Atlantic Petroleum Products 
Phone 2257 



Eat Mount Olive's 

Carolina Beauty 

Super Sweet Pickles 

MT. OLIVE PICKLE CO., INC. 

Mount Olive, N. C. 




CoAllOLjC] U6nr\£S/t CfiC, <£Uo. 



RETAIL LUMBER YARD 

Dial 2935 or 2542 

"Large enough to serve you -- 
Not too large to know you". 




One Board or a Trainload 



PROGRESSIVE 
SUPER MARKET 

Serving Mt. Olive & Its Surroundings 
Complete Line of Foods 




GARNER BROTHERS 

Frigidaire 
Sales and Service 

Building Materials 



220 N. Center St. 



Phone 2530 



Compliments 
of 

WITHE RINGTON- THOMPSON 

INSURANCE AGENCY 

General Insurance 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 



ETHEL'S SHOPPE 

Ladies' & Children's 
Wearing Apparel 




"Fit is a Must" 



W. R. JENNETTE 
FURNITURE CO. 



C. W. OLIVER, JR. 




Buyer and Distributor 

Produce Agent Cotton 

Fertilizers Seeds 

for 



"Quality Furniture Since 1917" 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 



FARMERS 
Quality Fertilizers 



Gin Phone 3201 Office 2111 

Res. 2657 

208 N. Center St. Mt. Olive, N. C. 



Compliments 


Jit „*& 


of 


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D. F. ODOM 


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General Merchandise 






200 W. Walnut Street 




Goldsboro, N. C. 


Compliments 
of 


MOUNT OLIVE TRIBUNE 


CAROLINA TRACTORS, INC. 


If you don't take it 




You should 


Your Friendly Ferguson Dealer 


Dial 2345 


Mt. Olive Highway 




Compliments 


Compliments 
of 


of 






HATCHERS' BODY SHOP 


ENNIS KORNEGAY 






Mount Olive, N. C. 


MT. OLIVE SHOE 


SHOP 


Congratulations 
Seniors 




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MT. OLIVE FLORAL CO. 


Congratulations Seniors 


Compliments 


DAN KORNEGAY 


of 


Mount Olive, N. C. 


JOHN R. LANE 


Compliments 
of 


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Mount Olive 
North Carolina 



Congratulations Seniors 



CROW FUNERAL HOME 



111 E. College Street Dial 2265 



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OUTLAW'S BILLIARD PARLOR 



Center Street Mount Olive, N. C. 



HATCHER-SMITH MOTOR CO. INC. 



Sales 



Service 



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Mount Olive, North Carolina 



Dial 2398 



TYNDALl FUNERAL HOME. INC 

Congratulations Seniors 
24-Hour Ambulance Service 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 



LEWIS DRUG CO. 

Prescription Specialists ^^^RJUJR^R^t., Delivery Service 



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DRUG STORE 



Mount Olive, North Carolina The Old Reliable Since 1916 



BANK of MOUNT OLIVE-CALYPSO 



lOANS 




Make our Bank 
Your Bank 



IOW RATE£ 



W. P. MARTIN STORE 



Sherwin-Williams 




Paints 
Groceries 
Hardware 



Compliments 

of 

MODERN BEAUTY PARLOR 

To The 

Seniors Of 1955 



Compliments of 

JAMES L. BROCK 

& 

DANIEL JONES 

Representatives Pilot Life 

Insurance 



THOMPSON & FRANCIS 




Modern Super Market 



Congratulations 

from 

WALTER PIERCE 



HASTY PLUMBING 

& 

HEATING CO. 

Sheet Metal Works 
Lennox Warm Air Heating 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



Compliments 

of 

WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE 

STORE 

H. J. Morris, Proprietor 



Compliments 

of 

MT. OLIVE GREEN THUMB 

GARDEN CLUB 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



CASEY'S 
LAUNDRY ^s= >. CLEANERS 



UCCNSCD 



1149 N. William St. 



SANITONF 



Phone 3535 



CLEANCa 



Goldsboro, North Carolina 



ENGLISH and OLIVER 



Fruit, Produce and Merchandise Brokers 
Cotton and Cotton Seed 



Mount Olive, North Carolina 
M. S. Porter, Jr. Ray W. Scarborough 



MURRAY SUPPLY COMPANY 

Custom Grinding - Mixing 

Buyers of Corn, Small Grain 

and 

Soy Beans 

Phone 2529 

Mount Olive, North Carolina 



ANDREWS & KNOWLES 
PRODUCE CO. 

Buyers of Farm Produce 

Dealers in High Quality Seed 

Fertilizers 



E. J. POPE 

The Very Best 
in 
Fuel Oil - Gasoline - Motor Oils 
Greases 




MICKEY'S PASTRY SHOP 

Phone 909 

212 North 
Center St. 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 




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Compliments 
of 
THE MOUNT OLIVE 
DRY CLEANERS 

to 
The Seniors of 1955 



Jesse Graham 



LITTLE GEM BARBER SHOP 



Mt. Olive, N. C„ 



Compliments 

of 

THE CRYSTAL BARBER 

SHOP 

Mount Olive, N. C. 



FORD MOTOR COMPANY 



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Mount Olive, North Carolina 




R. B. WARREN 


Broker Dealer 


Farm Supplies Coal Farm Products 


Kerosene Fuel Oil 


Mount Olive, North Carolina 


Dial 25613 


Congratulations 
to 


K. S. WARREN 


Your Fine Class 




and 
Splendid School 


GINNERY 




Cotton and Cotton Seed 


UTILITY HARDWARE 




COMPANY 


R. F.D. 3 
Mount Olive, North Carolina 



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